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Jason Crabb and Larry Gatlin in "Welcome to Inspiration"
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Based on the popular and much buzzed-about book The Street Sweeper by Tim Enochs, Welcome to Inspiration brings a small town to life. Releasing January 20 to DVD, Welcome to Inspiration is a family film with a musical heart starring a cast of well-known Christian and country artists, including Grammy Award winners Jason Crabb and Larry Gatlin, as well as Contemporary Christian artist Christy Sutherland. Additional cast members include Jackie Stewart (Slingblade, A Time to Kill) and Regina McCrary of the McCrary Sisters.
Welcome to Inspiration follows the lifelike storylines of people searching for meaning in the midst of unfulfilled dreams, challenging circumstances and unexpected struggles. When a big-city couple find themselves stranded in a small town, their lives are changed forever. A chance encounter with a mysteriously wise Street Sweeper opens their eyes to inspirational life lessons that come alive through the town's residents: a widow coping with the death of her soldier daughter, a small business owner rescuing a young runaway, a mechanic finding faith and a young musician bravely pursuing his dream. Like Enochs' book, the movie reveals seven Bible-based principles that point toward a life of increased spiritual fulfillment.

Here is a preview of Welcome to Inspiration:

Fans have the opportunity to join the Inspiration community online and share their stories of how God has used a "Street Sweeper" in their own lives to guide them toward biblical truth. Fans have already uploaded videos of personal testimonies, sharing the work God has done in their unique circumstances. In addition, the website provides complimentary resources for churches, charities and small groups.
Welcome to Inspiration also places an emphasis on powerful music scored throughout the movie and features live performances from a diverse lineup of artists including Jason Crabb and Larry Gatlin, Christy Sutherland, Regina McCrary (The McCrary Sisters), Andrew Greer, Andrea Thomas, Kaitlyn King, Terri Sharp and a themed score by Mike Viola (That Thing You Do, Walk Hard).